3. Bouma National Heritage Park
The Bouma National Heritage Park protects an enormous tract of virgin rainforest on the island of Taveuni, one of the northern-most islands of the Fijian archipelago. The island will appeal to nature lovers and people wishing to discover the “real” Fiji far from the tourist throng. The park offers a variety of eco-friendly attractions starting with camping and snorkeling in the protected Waitabu Marine Park. Hikers can go on a guided hike through the Vidawa Rain Forest where you can see some ancient ruins or set off to explore the Tavoro Waterfall Trail, which leads you past three sets of cascades. The park offers exceptional bird watching and good wildlife viewing.